metal is a unique project funded by the EU’s European Social Fund, through the Welsh Government. Our aim is to address a skills shortage in materials and manufacturing through the provision of work based learning leading to a general up-skilling of the workforce which will ultimately help secure sustainability for Welsh industry.
question_answerWhat courses are available?
We offer a wide range of courses at different levels so there is something to suit everyone. From an Introduction to Materials engineering, Environmental Issues and lab based practical courses. We are also able to tailor and even develop modules around companies general products and processes. If there are specific technical training needs please get in touch to discuss opportunities.
question_answerWho is eligible?
To be eligible for part funding you must live or work within the West Wales and the Valleys area of Wales. For more information on eligibility visit our prices page where you will also find a breakdown of what it costs to attend our courses.
question_answerWhat are the benefits?
There are many benefits to both metal students and their employers. Students are able to gain an academically recognised credit qualification that offers a progression route onto part-time degrees and even up to a full doctorate, not forgetting enhanced performance, personal development and better career opportunities.
question_answerWhere do the courses take place?
The courses will either take place on the new Swansea University Bay Campus or at Baglan Bay Innovation Centre. Alternatively we can deliver courses at your premises.
question_answerWhen is the next course?
The best way to find the latest course timetable is here on our website, you can also sign up to email updates to recieve the latest course updates and news.
question_answerHow do I register for a course?
Registering for a course is easy, simply fill out the online contact form and a member of the metal team will get in touch to guide you through the registration process.